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You may find in this ring all manner of sites opposing and combatting discrimination against any ethnic, religious, sexual, cultural or social group (except, of course, those constructed for the purpose of purveying racism).  Pictured on this page:  The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking at an unknown location, in a photograph by Dick DeMarsico, World Telegram staff photographer, who subsequently donated the picture to the Library of Congress, where it is now in the public domain.  On the NavBar:  Quentin Crisp (December 25, 1980 - November 21, 1999) in his One Man Show. Birmingham, England (circa 1982), photographed by Birmingham resident and Wikipedia/Wikimedia editor Graham Colm.

 

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